ClearlySo’s Head of Impact, Research, and Innovation, Lindsay Smart, urges us to recognise the importance of water to the economy, to the environment and to peaceful society, and encourages businesses to respond to the risks of a water scarce future.
For International Women’s Day 2017, Jessica Duveen clearly demonstrates why gender equality in business is so important, and explores what can be done to encourage more female founders and more female businesses leaders.
Recently returned from an eye-opening visit to the Western Balkans, Rod Schwartz shares innovative examples of impact businesses and organisations he met there, who are persevering despite the challenges they face.
With the recent news of the struggles of The Body Shop and the Co-Op bank, what does this mean for ethically-minded businesses?
There are various examples that show how collaboration can benefit the impact investment sector, writes Rodney Schwartz.
ClearlySo’s Mairead Hancock calls on financial institutions to do more to tackle social and environmental challenges in the UK and beyond.
ClearlySo’s Founder and CEO, Rod Schwartz, lays out why the UK’s Oxbridge obsession is harming social mobility, and warns of the dangers of an increasing social inequality gap.
ClearlySo CEO Rod Schwartz argues that all the signs are here to say that 2017 will be year that impact investing fully goes mainstream.